**What is Absolute Value?**

The absolute value of a number is the distance between that number and zero on a number line, regardless of the direction. It is always a non-negative value. In mathematical notation, the absolute value of a number xxx is written as ∣x∣|x|∣x∣.

**How to Use the Absolute Value Calculator**

**Input the Number**: Enter the number or equation for which you want to find the absolute value. This can be any real number, positive or negative.**Calculate**: Click the "Calculate" button to find the absolute value.**Result**: The calculator will display the absolute value of the entered number.

**Examples**

- The absolute value of −7-7−7 is 777. ( ∣−7∣=7|-7| = 7∣−7∣=7 )
- The absolute value of 555 is 555. ( ∣5∣=5|5| = 5∣5∣=5 )
- The absolute value of 000 is 000. ( ∣0∣=0|0| = 0∣0∣=0 )

**Why Use an Absolute Value Calculator?**

Absolute values are used in various mathematical computations and real-life applications such as:

**Distance**: Calculating the distance between points on a number line or coordinate plane.**Difference**: Determining the difference between values without considering direction.**Real-World Problems**: Solving problems involving absolute quantities, like temperature changes, financial gains/losses, and more.